Budget Perspectives 2011
Contents Foreword - Frances Ruane Chapter 1: Monetary Policy and Financial Stability, David Miles Chapter 2: The Stability and Growth Pact: A Fiscal Framework Whose Time Has Come?, Jim O'Leary Chapter 3: Fiscal Policy: Some Lessons from Crises of the Past, Joe Durkan Chapter 4: Restructuring Taxes, Levies and Social Insurance: What Role for Universal Social Charge?, Tim Callan, Brian Nolan, Claire Keane, John R. Walsh and Marguerita Lane Chapter 5: The Sustainability of Irish Health Expenditure, Aoife Brick and Anne Nolan
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